– I wanna introduce you to
a family that went viral for a photoshoot celebrating
their youngest son’s adoption. What struck a chord with a lot of people was how multicultural the family is. Here to tell us about it is
the Jones-Baldwin family. Y’all, give it up for ’em! (audience cheering) Alright, well, welcome to the show! – [Keia] Thank you! – So, tell us, who is everyone here? – Okay, well, this gentleman beside me, this is my husband, Rick. Then, he’s holding our
two-year-old son, Princeton. We just recently adopted him. – Hey Princeton! – [Keia] And then we have Ayden. – [Kelly] Hey Ayden, you are so cute. – [Keia] He’s been with us for five years. He’s eight. And then we have the teenagers on the end, they’re 16, both of ’em. – [Kelly] Good luck! – [Keia] I know! (laughing) We have Zariyah, she’s
my biological daughter from a previous relationship,
and then we have Karleigh, and she’s been with us for awhile. (audience applauding) – Awesome! And just in
case everyone missed, this is Keia, obviously. Yeah, I was gonna say, I
don’t know if I said Keia in the beginning. – Yes, this is me. – So did y’all have some tacos backstage? – [Keia] We did. – Oh my gosh, I had the steak ones! – They were so good! – They were so good!
It melted in my mouth! (Keia laughing) I was like, this is not on the plan, Keia. – It’s not, not on my plan. – It’s not, but I do,
I love the photoshoot. Who’s idea was it to do it? You can walk around, Princeton. This is your show. (Keia chuckling) You wanna sit with me? You can come sit with me! (audience awing) – I have a three year
old, so I’m used to them feeling my mama energy! – [Keia] I know, right? – I have a three year old. (audience clapping) So who’s idea was it to do it? – It was our idea, it was my idea. – Yeah, it was my wife’s idea. We were pretty, everybody
was pretty excited about, you know, the adoption, and we wanted to do something special. She came up with the idea, we pretty much went over
the things that we wanted to go on our shirts. She reached out to one of my friends, and he made the shirts for us. – Oh, that’s so cool! Man, I love you guys. Princeton wasn’t your first
child to adopt, right? Was it Ayden, or was it, did you end up getting Karleigh first? – Karleigh came first, yes. – [Kelly] Okay. – But no, we didn’t think
about adoption initially because just having Zariyah
as a biological daughter and we couldn’t have
children the traditional way, I didn’t want to make it seem, you know, for it to be unfair, because I didn’t know
if I was gonna love them the way that I love Zariyah, and I just could not have that. And then when Karleigh came– – It’s really important that
you have that discussion with yourself before you do it, too. – You just never know,
and I didn’t want to, you know, have them feeling
any type of way in our house. And so Karleigh came in– – [Kelly] So how did Karleigh, yeah? – She changed everything,
my heart was like, oh my gosh, I do love,
I can love! Ya know? – That’s so awesome! Karleigh, you did that! – I did that! (audience applauding) – So, Zariyah, y’all were friends, right? – [Zariyah] Yeah. – Were y’all friends first,
and that’s how that happened? – Yeah, we were bestfriends. – [Kelly] Bestfriends, I love it! Now y’all are sisters! – Right. (laughing) – Well, how do you feel
when you’re adopted into the family? – Well, I was very, I felt
very loved, and stable where I was at. It was nice to know I had a family behind me that
was able to support me every step of my way.
As we said, me and Zary were bestfriends, and now we’re sisters, and couldn’t ask for
anything better than that. – [Kelly] So cool! (audience applauding) So Mike, you originally worked
with foster kids, right? – Yeah, I was just discussing
with them for a minute that I did work in a group
home for about a year and I learned so much from the experience and I felt like I didn’t
have as many tools because I was young and I came out of college, I had a graduates degree but not in this area of childcare or
anything of that nature. But what she told me which stuck with me was that, you know, really,
you just need someone that is love and cares about
the kids at the end of the day and that’s such an
important thing, ya know — – It really is! – Is to really care– – Man, that’s amazing! – Yeah– – Okay so– (audience laughing) – I love it! You keep running! You’re not gonna wanna do
that when you’re older, just keep doing it now! (audience laughing) – You originally didn’t
know Princeton was white? – [Keia] No – [Kelly] They don’t tell you that. – They don’t – Which I actually love.
‘Cause it doesn’t matter. – [Keia} Right. Yeah. – Because love is love. It doesn’t matter if it’s a gay couple. If
it’s a black or white couple an Indian couple. It doesn’t matter. (audience cheering) – [Keia] Yeah, no– – [Kelly] You just wanna be loved! – Yes, that’s right! And that was the only
qualification that we had. Just love. So, we didn’t
say, you know, send us any specific age, gender,
you know, or whatever, so, love. – I love it. Did it kinda
for your family, was that kind of a shock, though,
because you were like oh! – (imitating explosion) (laughing) – [Kelly] (laughing) Was it like, oh, well that’s different, but okay! – Yeah, it was! – [Kelly] Yeah, I imagine! – Did you unwrap, like
it came in a package, and you open it up and it was like– – It was like, oh! – Oh! – Turn it around, and surprise! – Oh my gosh, good luck, because you got a lot of energy! Don’t you fall! – Yeah, don’t fall off
that stage! (chuckling) – I like my money,
don’t sue me, Princeton! I worked hard for this! – Alright, well we’ll
find out how Keia and Rick made that discovery after the break, we’ll be right back y’all. (audience cheering) (upbeat music) (upbeat music) (clapping) – Alright, y’all, welcome back, I’m here with Mike Colter, who is famous for playing a super hero! (audience cheering) And I have a family of
real-life super heroes, the Jonas-Baldwin family! (audience cheering) – Three of their four children are adopted and they recently went viral for their photoshoot, celebrating the adoption of their youngest,
two-year-old, Princeton. So, we mentioned, you
didn’t know Princeton was was white. How did you find that out? – They called me to do
skin-to-skin with him. Which is like, you know,
you go to the hospital, and you put them on your chest, I know! And you bond with them, you know, so he was in the NICU– – And for people that don’t have babies, it’s a really important thing for babies, especially babies that
don’t have moms around, so that’s why they ask people, because that skin-to-skin, is like really developmental– – [Keia] Right, yes. – For them, in the early stages. – So I get there, and I’m excited, and my husband’s like,
“Don’t go to that hospital, ’cause I know you gonna
bring the baby home.” And I was like.. (Kelly and audience laughing) (Princeton cooing) – And I was like, “no I’m not!” – Yeah. – And so I get there, and I’m like ew, you know, there’s a
lot of babies in there, and I’m like, the black and brown babies, like, “which one am I
putting on my chest?” And she was like, “no,
that one over there.” And I was like, “the white baby?” (audience laughing) You know, and I was like, “okay, well, give him here!” And I just put him on my chest! (Princeton shouting) (everyone laughing) (audience cheering) – He was like, “ahhhhh!” – [Keia] Growlin’! And I put him up here, and it was just like, I
fell in love with him. And I was like, my husband
was right, I shouldn’t’ve came, because I’m
bringin’ him home, sorry. – Awe, you fell in love with him! – Yes, I did! – That’s hard to do! I
can’t, I don’t know how people do that skin-to-skin
and leave without them. – I know! Leave them up there! – Yeah. – I was up there every day! – Yeah. My husband is backstage right now, going, she is not allowed to ever do that. (audience laughing) She’s going to bring home all these kids. – Skin-to-skin equals adoption. Skin-to-skin, adoption. Skin-to-skin, adoption. – [Kelly] Straight there, straight there. So what’s it been like, Ayden, having a little baby brother? – It’s been great, he’s
smart, he’s intelligent, he’s very cute, and he gives
very great, grateful hugs. (Mike and audiences awing) – I love you! You are gonna be a little lady killer! Look it, he’s just so cute, oh my God! Okay, so you’ve had mixed
reactions from people about Princeton, right? – Yes. – How is that? How do you deal with that? – Well, you know, we get lots of stares. It’s rare, you know,
where we’re from, to see African American families
with Caucasian babies. – [Kelly] (giggling) He’s gone again. – So, we get a lot of
stares. I’ve had, you know, the police called on
me. Where I’ve had to– – What?! – Yes, where I’ve had
to show documentation that he’s my son, and– – Do you get mad at that?
I would get mad at that. – You know, we’ve tried
to just kinda push it to the side and just
choose to love regardless. – It’s almost like you’d
rather somebody just say something, like instead of, like, don’t stare at me, I
get that might be weird, but just say something– – Yeah, yeah, it’s just easier to say– – I didn’t steal this kid. – I know, I know! – There goes Ayden! Going after, y’all are going to be performers. It’s your stage, y’all, it’s your stage! – And I’m not the babysitter, ’cause I get that a lot, too. – [Kelly] Oh gosh, oh my gosh! – [Keia] Yeah, yeah. – [Kelly] People are rude! That’s like coming up to
ask if someone’s pregnant. Don’t do it! – [Mike] No, no. – Don’t do it! – [Mike] In all fairness,
so my wife is white, and so we have biracial kids
and she gets the same thing. And we have a white wife, and my kids, you know, they look, they’re black, so sometimes at the
airport and they are like questioning the kid a
couple years ago, the kid, she can’t talk at the time, they assume that she is the babysitter or something, and it’s awkward, it’s awkward– – [Kelly] That’s so weird, we’re such a multicultural.. America is
a melting pot of everyone. You see it everywhere here– – [Mike] Yeah, it’s annoying. – [Kelly] I love that about America. (audience clapping) – [Kelly] Yeah. This is what I love, too, you’re open to keeping in contact with all of the biological parents, right? – [Keia] Yes. – You’re open, I think that that’s a really cool thing. – [Keia] Yes, it has to be. You know, I think that
it’s really important to keep them connected, you know, to their birth families. I call
it my bonus families. I don’t want to ever put
my children in a position to where they’re questioning,
like, well why didn’t you, you know, uh uh. No. You know, I would rather them know, and especially that one. (audience laughing) – [Mike] He’ll burn out soon. – [Kelly] Alright, well, we
have one of the biological parents here today who
wanted to say thank you. Come on out, John! (audience cheering) – [Kelly] Thank you, how are you doing? – [John] I’m good, how are you? – [Kelly] Nice to see you! – [Keia] Oh my god! – [John] How you doing? (audience applauding) – It’s been awhile. – Oh my god! – [Kelly] I thought it’d be all smiles, and there’s tears, too, I’m so sorry! – No, oh my gosh, I’m so happy to see you. – What do you want to say
to the beautiful family? – I want to thank you Keia, and your family, for caring for Princeton and just everything– – No, thank you, you know, for the gift. – Oh, you’re welcome, at the time, I couldn’t, I was
seventeen, I just couldn’t, I wasn’t ready, and I’m
really really grateful for you guys. – [Kelly] Do you know how amazing that is? You are the greatest young man, to know that, man, this is more than I can handle right now, and you wanted to do something better for your child. (audience clapping) That’s the coolest.
Like, that’s a real man. That’s a real man, a real
woman that can do that. I think that it’s an amazing thing that you get to see this beautiful family that they’re with. Like, what a beautiful familey of mixed culture
and everybody’s invited, and it’s just a really nice thing. Is there anything that
you want to tell John? Have y’all met yet? – [Keia] Yes! – [Kelly] Okay! – Yep, John was right there with me, doing skin-to-skin. He
was there the very first parts and different things just led to, you know, the separation, but we got in contact with eachother
a couple weeks ago when the adoption was finalized because before then we couldn’t. – [John] Yeah. – [Kelly] Yeah. – And I told him, I was like, it’s time for you to meet your son and be aquatinted with him, but that’s it, this is our son. This is our son. (audience clapping) – I love that you just said, “our son.” Because what people don’t
realize, too, is that, I mean, I grew up with a
single mom, and it’s like, a village raises a kid.
Not just one person, not just two. A whole village
of people raises children, teachers, everybody– oh,
watch yourself, yeah I know. I love you, I just don’t want
you to die on my show, okay!
– You’re the raddest looking human ever. Like, we– (audience cheers) Like things I dream of in my head, I’m like, I could try this, you pull off all of them. – I just don’t want to feel
like I look in the mirror and I look conservative and straight. I don’t know, somebody like– (laughs) You know, like, you know, sometimes I pass Brooks
Brothers and I think to myself, “well that ain’t bad,” and
I’m like, “what do you mean, that’s bad.” – I love, here’s the thing,
I love Brooks Brothers. – Yeah, me too. But, you
know, like really being in like a pinstripe suit
with my real color hair, which I haven’t seen since I was nine. – I was gonna say, I don’t
think you’re ever going to be able to fight rock and roll. I think that’s just gonna
naturally exude from you. That’s what we love about you. Have y’all ever met before? – Yeah. – We have. – You know, on her show. – On my show. But I agree with you. As soon as I look too proper,
I’m like uh-uh. You know? – Like, you know, I don’t know
what older artists look like. – Kinda like this. (audience laughs) – Nah, you look beautiful. You’re not old. In what age, time, realm
do you think you are in? – I’m gonna be Basic
Betty, though, even at 70. It’s gonna like, when
I grow up, I’m gonna, I’m cool with it. That’s who I am. I’m like rollin’ with this, Cindy. (audience cheering) – What I always think of is your song “What Doesn’t Kill You — – You know that song? (audience laughing) – [Cindy] I do. – I’m so cool right now. – I used to like, whenever
I was feeling really kind of like, downtrodden, I
would like sing along with it. – I love that you even heard it. – Are you kidding it was a huge hit. – Oh my God, well thank you! (audience cheers) All right so tell us about
your, its home for the holidays right? – We’re coming to LA
usually we’re in New York, but this year, its a special year. We’re coming to LA. LA. – LA. I like how you say it. (audience cheers) – It’s our big fundraiser
this year, um well every year. It’s the main thing we do
for the true colors united, it’s an organization that we
did to help eradicate I guess, youth homelessness. And that ranges anywhere
from 12 to 24, and what we discovered is that there’s
3.7 million kids on the street in one year. And up to 49% of them were
LGBTQ, which is lesbian or gay. And you start to realize
that a lot of these kids are getting thrown out of
their homes as they come out to their parents. I’m a mom, you never get the kid, the kid that’s who you want the kid to be, the kid is who the kid is. And as a mom, (audience Cheering) you don’t wanna throw you kid out. – It’s great that you do
that work and I think its so, people think it’s better, and
it is, but it’s not better everywhere, and it’s not
better in every household. – It’s not better – Well when better comes from
the bar that’s way down here then you’ve still only made it here. You’ve gotta have a long way to go. – But guys, its not. I mean we’ve been trying,
but it’s still up to 40%. I just think that we can
do stuff with education and different programs, which
we have been involved with. We bring a lot of organizations
together and outreach programs together. This is the work we do. We lobby, we’ve had people
from like 50 cent, to Pink, to Laverne Cox. – I think what’s most important
to point out, I know you’re not gonna say this, but
just the fact that you are unique and you are an original,
and a lot of the kids you are speaking to are unique and
original and they stand out in their community. The fact that you’re leading
it up means all the world. (audience clapping) like it’s not somebody
shouting from the rooftop that doesn’t get it. That’s the key. You took your platform
though, and you did something. That’s a cool thing. – You can’t throw away or
youth. Our youth is our future. We’re parents, we stand by the kids. We have to, because honestly
you won’t have a future if you don’t listen to them. (audience clapping) come to the show December 10th. – Okay so where is this concert happening? – At the noveu theater on December 10th. October 18th tickets
go on sale, and that’s truecolorsunited.org and
get all the information get information about what
we do, and together we can actually change the situation. And once we take care of
that 40% we can move on to the rest. – The volunteer.
-♪ “Musical Genre Challenge” ♪ -How it works is we’re going to take turns
hitting this button right here. -Right, okay. -This activates
the Random Genre Generator. -Mm, the Random G-G– -Genre Generator. -Genre Gen– Okay.
Genre Generator. -[ French accent ] You land on
one random song title and one random musical genre. -Oui, oui.
Voilà. -Uh, baguette. -Croissant. -Stripe shirts. Beret. -David Bacon. [ Laughter ] -[ Normal voice ]
Whoever’s turn it is has to sing that song
in that style. Jamie, if you don’t mind,
I will start us off. -You know what? Go ahead.
It’s your show. -Here we go.
Ready? -Oh, you got a mic. -All right, the song
I’m gonna get is… “Can’t Feel My Face.” The genre —
Roots, ’50s crooner. Like a ’50s song. The brushes are out. -And the brushes are out. [ Smooth jazz plays ] -♪ I can’t feel my face
when I’m with you ♪ ♪ Oh, but I love it ♪ ♪ Oh, but I love it ♪ ♪ I can’t feel my face
when I’m with you ♪ ♪ Oh, but I love it ♪ ♪ I love not feeling my face ♪ ♪ Can’t feel it, oh ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] Roots are just that good. That was good.
All right. ’50s crooner. -Oh, snap.
I can’t feel — -I like not feeling my face.
Jamie. Jamie. -All right,
here we go, here we go. All right.
Shhh– Shazam. [ Laughter ] -“Who Let the Dogs Out?”
-What? -As done like
a Broadway musical. So “Who Let the Dogs Out?”
by — by Baha Men. -Okay. -Done as a Broadway musical. Roots, I don’t know
how you’re gonna do this. Jamie, I don’t know how
you’re gonna do this. [ Soft ballad plays ] -You know, just the other day,
I was walking, and I saw dogs. And I was wondering to myself, “Where — Where did they
come from?” Somebody must have let them out. There was a cocker spaniel. And then I saw a pit bull, and, you know,
they can be cantankerous. Those pit bulls
can be cantankerous. I wouldn’t want anybody
to get hurt, so I just said to myself… ♪ Who let the dogs out? ♪ [ Cheers and applause ]
Who? Who? ♪ Who let the dogs out? ♪ ♪ Who, who, who, who-who ♪ ♪ Who, who let the dogs out? ♪ ♪ Who, who ♪ And I said… ♪ Who let the, who let those
doggone dogs out? ♪ ♪ I said, who let the ♪
Especially the pit bull! ♪ Who let those dogs
ou-u-u-u-u-t? ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] [ Music stops ] ♪ Then I realized ♪ [ Somber music plays ] ♪ I knew
who let those dogs out ♪ ♪ Just above the ridge ♪ ♪ I could see a vision ♪ ♪ And that vision ♪ ♪ That vision ♪ ♪ Was me-e-e-e-e-e ♪ I let the dogs out. It was I. [ Cheers and applause ] -Oh. Ohh. Oh, my gosh. [ Laughs ] You let the dogs out! -It was me!
I let the damn dogs out. I let the damn dogs out. -That was — “It was I.” That was beautiful.
[ Laughter ] -It was I.
Was it you? It was I. -Here we go. [ Laughter ] -Oh, yeah, man.
Oh, yeah, man. -“Bad and Boujee.” -Oh, yeah.
This is crazy. [ Rock music plays ] [ Imitating Mick Jagger ]
♪ Rain drops, drop tops ♪ ♪ Smokin’ on cookie
in the hotbox ♪ ♪ Rain drops, drop tops ♪ ♪ Smokin’ on cookie
in the hotbox ♪ ♪ I’m bad and boujee ♪ ♪ Cookin’ up dope with a Uzi ♪ ♪ We got 30s
and 100 rounds, too ♪ ♪ You know that I’m bad
and I’m boujee ♪ ♪ Bad and boujee ♪ ♪ Bad and I’m boujee ♪ -♪ Bad and I’m boujee ♪ ♪ Bad and I’m boujee ♪ -♪ Bad and I’m boujee ♪
-♪ Bad ♪ -♪ I’m bad and I’m boujee ♪
-♪ Bad ♪ -♪ I’m bad and I’m boujee ♪
-♪ Bad ♪ -♪ I’m bad, I’m boujee ♪ -♪ I’m bad, I’m boujee ♪ ♪ I’m bad, I’m boujee ♪ -♪ I’m bad ♪
-♪ Bad bad bad ♪ -♪ I’m bad ♪ And boujee. [ Cheers and applause ] -All right,
all right, all right. -Yo, why — Hey, yo,
why y’all messing around? -Yeah.
-That thing hot. [ Laughter ]
-That was a good one? -You gotta put that thing
on the Soundcloud or — [ Laughter ] -All right, here we go.
-Or “Beat Shazam.” Last one. You’re up.
You’re up on this one. [ Laughter and applause ] [ Chuckles ]
Jamie, you’re up. -Oh — Oh, yeah.
[ Clears throat ] Come back.
Come back, Foxx. -Here we go. -Shazam. [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -[ Laughs ] “Bitch Better Have My Money,”
Rihanna, but do it as an opera. -Oh, what? [ Dramatic opera music plays ] ♪ Bitch ♪ ♪ Better have
my mone-e-e-e-e-y ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪ You should know me
well enough ♪ ♪ Bitch better have my money ♪ ♪ Please don’t call me
on my bluff ♪ ♪ Pay me ♪ ♪ What you owe me ♪ ♪ Like brrap, ba,
brrap, brrap ♪ ♪ Wah, wah, wah, wah,
wah, wah, wah, wah, wah ♪ ♪ Wah, wah, wah, wa-a-a-a-a-h ♪ ♪ Bitch better ha-a-a-a-a-ve ♪ ♪ My mone-e-e-e-e-e-y ♪ [ Cheers and applause ]
Bitch! -[ Laughs ] Jamie Foxx! The most talented man on Earth,
-I’m here with Kate McKinnon. Her new movie, “Rough Night,”
is in theaters next Friday. Don’t drink it. It’s a prop.
-Ew. -Kate and I are about to play a
game of deception called [Imitates echo]
“True Confessions.” ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ] First, we’re gonna need another
player to fill out this table, and we found a good one. He’s the host of “American Grit”
on FOX. Please welcome John Cena! [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -Don’t drink that.
It’s a prop. [ Laughs ] It’s a prop.
This is a prop. This is supposed to be like
a detective office. -God. It’s urine! [ Laughs ]
It’s not urine. -Oh, man.
-Guy’s, here’s how the game works. In front of each of us
are two envelopes containing confessions-fessions. One of the envelopes
is something that actually happened to us
in real life. The other envelope is a lie. Once you read your confession, the other two have 60 seconds
to interrogate you. Then each of us have to guess whether you’ve been telling
the truth or lying. John, you’ll go first. -This is complicated. -Kate, which envelope
should he open? Which envelope? -One.
-Mm! -[ Clears throat ] Hold on.
-Envelope number one! -I don’t want you to see
anything here. Oh, okay. -You’re gonna have to read it
to us anyway. [ Laughter ] Okay, so I just —
I read what’s on the card. Okay.
Fair enough. Uh… -Mm-hmm. -Mm. Gotcha.
What was her name? -My name is John Cena. -No, what’s her name? [ Laughter ] -That is, uh — That’s enough
questions out of you. I already told you my name. -Were you dating
at the time of the hit? -Yes. -And why were you riding your
bike, and she was in the car? -‘Cause as a young man, I
fancied myself physically fit. -You wouldn’t travel on any
transportation but bicycling? -There’s enough horsepower
in this body to bicycle around West Newbury,
Jimmy Fallon. [ Cheers and applause ] -Did she cry when she found that
she’d injured her one true love? -Uh, no, and that was the abrupt
end of the relationship. [ Laughter ] -Ah. Huh. Okay.
-Huh. -That was a good question. -What sort of bike was it? -It was a 10-speed.
-What color? -It was maroon.
-What year? -It was 1994. -What grade were you in
in school? -I was just entering college. -Where was the accident? -It was —
It was on a small street outside of Route 113,
West Newbury, Massachusetts. -I think
that’s enough questions. Enough questions. If this is a lie,
this dude should win an Oscar. That actually happened. -It’s got to be real. The details are too good.
-Yeah. I say…real! [ Drumroll ]
-Well… you’re both right!
It’s real! [ Cheers and applause ] I almost died!
Almost died! -You almost died.
Great. You almost died. [ Laughs ] -That’s great.
-That is great. You almost died. -That’s great.
He almost died. And then — But he didn’t.
I love that. I love that. -Which envelope…
-Do I choose? -Yeah. -To me, you’re always
a number two. -Thank you. [ Audience ohs ] Thank you.
Appreciate that. -[ Laughs ] [ Audience whoops ] -Okay, what was the game
of the sketch? -It was a Maya sketch. That’s a prop.
Don’t smoke that. It’s a prop.
It’s all fake. It’s fake smoke.
It was a Maya sketch. Something about high school, and we were boyfriend
and girlfriend or something like that. And I never go for it
if I have a kissing scene, she went for it. -How long had you been
on the show? -Two seasons. -Tongue?
-Yeah. I went for it.
It didn’t make it to air, but I think if it did make it
to air, then maybe we would have
struck up a relationship. -You seem to be stuttering
a lot there, Fallon. [ Laughter ] -Did you rehearse the kiss
during the week? -No. -Ha. -We didn’t rehearse the kiss
during the — She just — Dress rehearsal, I guess — -You seem to be moving your head
a lot, there, Fallon. [ Laughter ] -You’re not moving your head.
Why — What is it — -I’m not moving at all, Fallon.
-I know. But I’m not — I’m just
a very physical person. -Don’t talk to me.
Talk to both of us. -Whoa. We’re trying to save your ass,
here, okay? -Yeah. -We want to cut a deal. -Okay. Let’s cut a —
[ Laughs ] -I can get you immunity
and relocation. -[ Laughs ]
What do you think? The truth or a lie? -I think it’s total B.S. -Yeah, I agree.
It’s a lie. -Yeah?
-I don’t buy it. -It’s a total lie.
She’s very professional. She would never do that. Aah! -Ah! Horrible liar.
That means you’re a good man. -I’m a bad liar.
All right. Kate, it is your turn. I will choose the envelope. To me, you are a number one. -Oh, bless ya.
-Yeah. -Oh, my goodness.
-That’s what’s in the cup. -He’s sweet.
-I know. I drank it. -I know.
You certainly did. [ Laughter ] ♪♪ -Why would you want
to sneak into a zoo? To see a certain animal? -Yes.
-You have a thing for zoos, or were you just
being rebellious? -I enjoy a zoo. [ Laughter ] -Did you live close to a zoo?
-No. -So you had to travel
to get there? -Oh, yeah. -Were you there alone?
-No. -Besides the animals.
-No. -Did the travel include anything
like an airline flight? -Yes. -You flew to a place to go
after hours to a zoo? -Let me get this straight!
-What? -You took a plane to walk
to a zoo to go over into a zoo
after hours?! -The zoo wasn’t the only reason
I boarded the plane, but it was one of ’em. [ Laughter ] -Was there —
Were the animals sleeping? -No. -First class or coach? -Coach.
-I don’t believe a word of it! -Wait, wait, wait.
-I’m sorry. Wait. -Wait. Why — She could
fly coach. I fly coach. -Not to — Not to hop the wall
on a zoo you don’t fly coach. Everybody knows that. -What are you talking about? That’s not the point. I love that that’s the last time
we ever talk to each other. -[ Laughs ] -I think — I didn’t get
enough questions in there, but…mm! -You’re too busy playing
your games. Well, joke’s on you, buster. -Why’s the joke on me, buster?
I didn’t do anything yet. -I don’t know.
-I say… -I say no way.
-I say totally happened. Yes, I think it happened. You say it didn’t happen.
-I say it’s a lie. I say it’s the truth. Yes!
It is the truth! [ Cheers and applause ] She did it, man. Adventurous.
Adventurous, creative mind. Our thanks
to Kate McKinnon and John Cena for their true confessions.
-The Roots are gonna
start playing a song one instrument at a time.
Taylor and I can buzz in and guess as soon
as we know the song. But if you guess wrong, the other person
gets a chance to steal. -Ugh. Treacherous.
-You can play — -Crazy.
-You can play along at home. Roots, let’s hear the first
song, whenever you’re ready. Oh, man. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -“Oops!…I Did It Again,”
Britney Spears? -No! [ Buzzer ] -Oh, wait, wait, wait! ♪♪ “Baby One More Time”
by Britney Spears! Ohh! -Oh, my gosh! Come on! Ugh! What did I say?
What did I say? I said “Oops”?
-That’s shameful. -I thought that like —
-It’s those chords. -[ Vocalizing ] -It’s them max Martin chords.
-Max Martin chords. Gosh darn it! I’m so mad.
All right. Ugh. Of course, Taylor’s
gonna kill me at this. All right.
Let’s hear the next song. ♪♪ ♪♪ -Ohh!
[ Beeping ] -♪ Da-na, na-na ♪ -I know it. I know it. -[ Mumbling lyrics ] “Pour Some Sugar On Me,”
Def Leppard! -Ohh! ♪♪ Sorry, sorry. I don’t even know
the words. I’m like — ♪ Hit me like a bomb, then
then come on na-na-na ♪ ♪ Na-na-na-na-na,
with a red iPhone ♪ A red iPhone? -It’s actually radar phone.
-It’s radar phone? I thought it was a red iPhone. -They were super ahead
of their time. -“Trust me, in the future,
everyone’s gonna have a red…” -This song came out in the ’80s,
and they know about iPhones. -Yeah, man, they’re prescient.
All right, here we go. Let’s hear the next song. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -It’s Nelly,
it’s Nelly, it’s Nelly. It’s “Hot in Herre.” Ha!
-What? [ Cheers and applause ] -What?
-This is my favorite song. ♪♪ -Ohh! How did you get that?
Oh, my gosh. -Yes.
-All right. [ Cheers and applause ] Gosh. You are proving
that you’re a genius. Come on. How would you
guess that from that? -Just, like, middle school.
It imprints on you. -“Hot in Herre.” “Hot in Herre.”
-Mm-hmm. -Here we go.
Let’s hear the next one. ♪♪ I’d love it
if you guessed it now. ♪♪ [ Beep ] “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish. [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪♪ Whew. All right.
Coming back. Coming back, man. Whoo!
-Okay. -There’s a little bit —
That’s a little bit of a lot. -Too much. Yeah. Why don’t you just say,
“You need to calm down”? Just say it. All right. Come on. I set you up.
I set you up. [ Cheers and applause ] -I’ve had to learn
to say different versions of common phrases like
“Shake it off.” -Yeah, you can’t
say that anymore? -“You need to calm down.” Like, I’ve had to figure out how to not to say puns of
my own songs in conversation. I’ve gotten sort of good at it. -Let’s hear the next song.
Here we go. ♪♪ ♪♪ -“Kiss Me,”
Sixpence None The Richer. -Oh, my God! Yes! ♪♪ You even got the band? ♪♪ ♪ Kiss me ♪ Sixpence None The Richer.
You even got the band. -That was the first song
I learned to play on guitar. Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -Me too. All right.
Let’s hear the next song. -Okay. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -Is it “No Scrubs”? [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ -What the heck?
How did you guess that? -It’s the chords. -Whoa!
-It’s the chords. -How did you get that?
-It’s just chords in a song. -Oh, my gosh.
It’s the chords in the song. -I’m really too excited.
I’m flushed and — -I know. This is a fun game.
I really have met my match. -Really fun.
-This is unbelievable. All right.
It’s time for the final song. This is worth 10,000 points. -Towards what?
-It’s anyone’s game. Whoever wins this,
wins the whole game. -Okay. -Roots, take it away,
whenever you’re ready. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Beep ] -“Shake It Off”? [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ [ Laughs ] Yeah! ♪♪ I’m sorry. No, no, no. Come on. Oh, I love it! That’s my favorite thing that ever happened
on the whole show ever. Taylor Swift, everybody.
>>Jimmy: THANK YOU FOR COMING.>>THANKS FOR HAVING ME.>>Jimmy: I SAW JOKER LAST NIGHT AND I’M NOW SCARE OF YOU. I HAVE TO SAY. IT REALLY WAS AN AMAZING, INCREDIBLE PERFORMANCE. ARE YOU PROUD OF IT? ARE YOU AWARE OF HOW GOOD IT IS?>>UM.>>Jimmy: THAT’S A TOUGH QUESTION, RIGHT?>>THAT IS A TOUGH QUESTION.>>Jimmy: YOU LOOK LIKE A JERK IF YOU SAY YES, BUT YOU’RE LYING IF YOU SAY NO.>>A LOT OF PEOPLE DON’T GET IT.>>Jimmy: YOU WERE GREAT. I’LL JUST SAY THAT.>>THANK YOU. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>Jimmy: YOU LOOK NOW VERY MUSCULAR. YOU WERE SO SKINNY IN THE MOVIE, AND REALLY LOOKED SICKLY. DID YOU, HOW MUCH WEIGHT DID YOU LOSE FOR THAT?>>OH, I DON’T KNOW.>>Jimmy: A LOT, THOUGH, RIGHT?>>A LITTLE BIT.>>Jimmy: YEAH, A LITTLE BIT. AND IS THAT AS TERRIBLE AS I WOULD IMAGINE IT TO BE? HAVING A FINITE AMOUNT OF TIME AND PEOPLE COUNTING ON YOU TO LOSE WEIGHT FOR A MOVIE?>>IT IS DIFFICULT AT TIMES.>>Jimmy: UH-HUH.>>BUT THEN THERE’S SOMETHING VERY EMPOWERING ABOUT IT AS WELL.>>Jimmy: IS THERE?>>YEAH.>>Jimmy: WHAT?>>YEAH. I THINK JUST HAVING THAT LEVEL OF CONTROL OF YOURSELF. >>Jimmy: UH-HUH.>>IN THE BEGINNING, YOU’RE EXHAUSTED.>>Jimmy: UH-HUH.>>YOU LOOK AT A FLIGHT OF STAIRS AND IT TAKES 30 SECONDS, YOU HAVE TO TALK YOURSELF INTO IT. I CAN DO THIS, I KNOW I CAN DO THIS. BUT THEN ONCE YOU’VE REACHED YOUR TARGET WEIGHT, I DON’T KNOW WHAT HAPPENS. IT’S INCREDIBLE. YOU SUDDENLY FEEL ENERGIZED AND EXCITED.>>Jimmy: MAYBE YOUR STOMACH SHRIVELS UP TO THE SIZE OF A RAISIN AND YOU DON’T WANT ANY MORE FOOD.>>NO, YOU WANT FOOD.>>Jimmy: SOMETIMES I WILL FAST FOR THE DAY AND LOOK AT RECIPES ONLINE. AND I’LL SAY I NEED TO SAVE THAT, I NEED TO MAKE THAT CHEESEBURGER, I GOT TO DO THIS.>>IT’S TOUGH. BECAUSE YOU CAN’T WATCH TV. A COMMERCIAL COMES ON FOR FOOD AND [ BLEEP ].>>Jimmy: YOU START THINKING, I’M GOIN’ TO THE SIZZLER.>>I’M VEGAN. SO I DON’T DO THAT.>>Jimmy: THEY’VE GOT A LOT OF CHICKPEAS.>>YEAH, IT REARS ITS HEAD IN WEIRD WAYS, IN DREAMS.>>Jimmy: DO YOU GO OUT TO DINNER WITH PEOPLE AND DON’T EAT?>>NO, YOU DON’T SOCIALIZE.>>Jimmy: YOU DO NOT SOCIALIZE?>>NO, NOT AT ALL. PEOPLE DON’T REALIZE, OUR ACTIVITIES REVOLVE AROUND FOOD AND DRINK. [ BLEEP ].>>Jimmy: AND EXPLAINING TO THE WAITER, I’M NOT EATING, I’M PART OF A MOVIE, OH, WHAT MOVIE ARE YOU DOING? I’M DOING “JOKER.” AND YOU CAN’T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT THE MOVIE, RIGHT? IT’S STILL PRETTY SECRET.>>I CAN.>>Jimmy: BUT YOU PROBABLY SHOULDN’T.>>SHOULD WE TEST IT? [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] SEE HOW FAR WE CAN GO?>>Jimmy: THE FUNNY THING IS THESE PEOPLE CHEERING RIGHT NOW WOULD BE THE MADDEST PEOPLE. IF JOAQUIN WERE TO TELL YOU WHAT HAPPENS IN THE MOVIE RIGHT NOW, PEOPLE WOULD WALK OUT OF HERE PISSED >>MAYBE NOT.>>Jimmy: GIVE IT A GO. LET’S SEE WHAT HAPPENS. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>THE VERY LAST SCENE. [ LAUGHTER ] NO, WHAT’S FUN ABOUT THIS MOVIE IS IT REALLY KEEPS YOU GUESSING. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT.>>Jimmy: YEAH.>>AND SO I WOULDN’T WANT TO RUIN THAT FOR ANYBODY. LIKE I THINK IT’S FUN. MY SISTERS, MY WHOLE FAMILY CAME TO THE PREMIERE.>>Jimmy: UH-HUH.>>AFTERWARD, WE WENT TO MY PLACE AND MY SISTERS GOT INTO A HEATED DECISION ABOUT WHAT THE MOVIE WAS ABOUT, WHAT IT MEANT. THEY WERE REALLY ENGAGED IN A WAY THAT THEY HAVEN’T BEEN WITH OTHER MOVIES OF MINE. THEY HAVEN’T SEEN MY OTHER MOVIES, BUT — [ LAUGHTER ] BUT THEY WOULDN’T HAVE BEEN AS ENGAGED.>>Jimmy: DO YOU ANSWER ANY OF THE QUESTIONS THAT THEY HAVE? OR YOU STAY OUT OF IT.>>NO, IT’S GREAT.>>Jimmy: YOU JUST LIKE TO SEE IT HAPPEN. EVEN THOUGH I HAD NO ROLE IN THE MOVIE, I EXPLAINED IT TO EVERYONE AT WORK. WE HAD A SCREENING AND WE WERE DISCUSSING IT AND I ACT AS IF I AM THE AUTHORITY. I DO HAVE A THEORY ABOUT THE END. I CAN’T SAY BECAUSE IT WOULD RUIN IT, BUT I’LL TELL YOU DURING THE COMMERCIAL BREAK MY THEORY. ARE YOU A MYSTERIOUS MAN, WOULD PEOPLE FIND YOU TO BE MYSTERE US.>>>>WHAT DOES THAT MEAN?>>Jimmy: I FEEL THAT WE DON’T KNOW A TON ABOUT YOU PERSONALLY. IS THAT INTENTIONAL?>>I DON’T KNOW A LOT ABOUT YOU.>>Jimmy: THAT’S JUST BECAUSE YOU DON’T WATCH THE SHOW. MOST PEOPLE TELL ME THEY KNOW FAR TOO MUCH ABOUT ME. THEY WOULD PREFER TO KNOW A LITTLE BIT LESS ABOUT ME. BUT I WOULD ASK YOU A COUPLE OF VERY RANDOM QUESTIONS, OKAY? I THINK THIS WILL BE FUN FOR YOU.>>OKAY, I’M EXCITED.>>Jimmy: OKAY. FIRST MOVIE YOU EVER SAW IN A THEATER?>>I DON’T REMEMBER.>>Jimmy: YOU DON’T REMEMBER? WOW.>>HOLD ON. I GOT IT. IT’S RIGHT THERE, IT’S RIGHT THERE, HOLD ON. NO, I HAVE NO IDEA.>>Jimmy: REALLY? THIS WAS A BAD EXPERIMENT. WHY DON’T WE TAKE A BREAK. AND THIS IS A WEIRD THING TO SAY, MAYBE, BUT YOUR DANCING IN THE MOVIE IS VERY GOOD. YOU’RE GOOD DANCER. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>[ BLEEP ].>>Jimmy: TRAINING FOR THE DANCING? OR WAS THAT ALL JUST COMING FROM INSIDE?>>YEAH, THERE WERE TWO SEQUENCES. I WORKED WITH THIS CHOREOGRAPHER NAMED MICHAEL ARNOLD WHO WORKED ON THE SEQUENCE WITH THE STEPS AND THE SEQUENCE WHERE I’M THE CLOWN, WE WORKED ON THOSE, BUT THAT PIECE WAS SOMETHING THAT REALLY WAS A REACTION TO THE SCORE TODD HAD JUST RECEIVED THAT BIT OF SCORE FROM THE COMPOSER. AND WE WERE JUST TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT TO DO WITH THAT SCENE, AND HE STARTED PLAYING ME THAT MUSIC, AND WE JUST DECIDED THAT IT, WE WANTED SOMETHING THAT WAS JUST UM, ILLUSTRATED THIS TRANSFORMATION INTO JOKER THAT WAS NONVERBAL, AND THAT’S WHAT WE CAME UP WITH.>>Jimmy: IS THAT TYPICALLY HOW IT GOES? YOU HAVE THE SCORE BEFORE YOU’RE FINISHED SHOOTING THE FILM?>>NO. I THINK SOMETIMES — I DON’T REALLY KNOW, BUT THAT WAS THE FIRST TIME I THINK THAT I’M AWARE OF WHERE I WAS SO INFLUENCED BIT SCORE.>>Jimmy: DID YOU DANCE AS A KID? DO YOU HAVE ANY DANCE BACKGROUND?>>YEAH. I DON’T WANT TO BRAG, BUT, I WAS REALLY GOOD.>>Jimmy: WERE YOU A GOOD DANCER? WERE YOU KNOWN AS A GOOD DANCER?>>NOT NATIONALLY. [ LAUGHTER ]>>SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.>>Jimmy: AMONG YOUR CIRCLE, WHAT KIND OF DANCING DID YOU DO?>>YOU NAME IT.>>Jimmy: REALLY?>>YEAH, BUT I MEAN, PROBABLY MY FORTE WAS BREAK DANCING.>>Jimmy: BREAK DANCING, REALLY? [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE] ARE YOU TALKING POPPING AND LOCKING, SPINNING?>>YEAH.>>Jimmy: EVERYTHING? WOULD YOU DO IT OUT ON THE STREET FOR PEOPLE TO SEE?>>SOMETIMES, BUT IT WAS MORE PERSONAL.>>Jimmy: IT WAS?>>YEAH, I LIKE TO KEEP IT FOR MYSELF AS A PERSONAL. SOMETHING INSIDE.>>Jimmy: YOU AND A PIECE OF CARDBOARD IN YOUR ROOM.>>YOU’RE MAKING FUN OF IT, BUT IT WAS SERIOUS FOR ME.>>Jimmy: THIS MOVIE, IS IT A, IT SEEMED GRUELING IN SOME WAYS. JOKER’S LAUGHING A LOT. AND NOT IN A FUN WAY. MORE LIKE IN A ROBERT DE NIRO IN “CAPE FEAR” KIND OF WAY. DID IT JUST SEEM UNPLEASANT TO DO? WAS THAT THE CASE?>>NO.>>Jimmy: YOU HAD FUN MAKING THE MOVIE?>>YEAH. I DID. IT WAS A LIGHT SET, YOU KNOW. TODD, YOU KNOW TODD.>>Jimmy: TODD PHILLIPS IS THE DIRECTOR.>>REALLY FUNNY, AND, YEAH, I FEEL ALMOST GUILTY, BUT WE HAD A REA REALLY GOOD TIME.>>Jimmy: IT’S INTERESTING THAT YOU SAY THAT, BECAUSE TODD SEPTSENT ME AN OUTTAKE REEL. TELL ME WHAT WAS HAPPENING HERE.>>THE CONSTANT WHISPERING, JUST SHUT THE [ BLEEP ] UP. I’M TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING REAL. [ BLEEP ]. [ BLEEP ]. SORRY, [ BLEEP ]. IT’S NOT A BIG DEAL. IT’S NOT A BIG DEAL. YEAH. IT IS. [ BLEEP ]. I KNOW YOU STARTED [ BLEEP ] EVERYTHING, LARRY. [ BLEEP ]. MAKING FUN OF ME. [ BLEEP ]. IT’S NOT EVEN AN INSULT. REALLY? HOW’S THAT A [ BLEEP ]ING INSULT? [ BLEEP ] I CAN’T DO THIS, MAN.>>Jimmy: WHAT HAPPENED THERE. WHO’S LARRY?>>UM. [ LAUGHTER ] UM, YEAH, LARRY IS THE CINEMATOGRAPHER. THIS IS SO EMBARRASSING.>>Jimmy: AND DID HE CALL YOU CHER?>>UH, YEAH. LOOK, SOMETIMES, SOMETIMES MOVIES GET INTENSE, BECAUSE THERE ARE A LOT OF PEOPLE IN A SMALL SPACE AND YOU’RE TRYING TO FIND SOMETHING. SO IT REQUEST FEEL INTENSE, BUT UM, THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE PRIVATE.>>Jimmy: YEAH, YEAH.>>I’M A LITTLE EMBARRASSED. I’M, I’M SORRY ABOUT THAT.>>Jimmy: YEAH.>>SORRY YOU GUYS HAD TO SEE THAT. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>Jimmy: I BELIEVE LARRY.>>NO, IT’S NOT LARRY’S FAULT.>>Jimmy: IT’S TOTALLY LARRY’S FAULT, AND CHER’S FAULT IN A WAY, YOU KNOW? CHER DOES HAVE SOME OF THE BURDEN TO TAKE FOR THIS.>>SURE. WELL, LET ME THINK ABOUT THIS A BIT MORE.>>Jimmy: OKAY, YOU DO THAT.>>MY PUBLICIST WILL ISSUE A FORMAL STATEMENT TOMORROW.>>Jimmy: OKAY, THAT’S A GOOD IDEA.>>YEAH, CAN WE MOVE ON?>>Jimmy: YEAH, IT’S OVER NOW, SO IF YOU WANT TO GO CALL LARRY, WE CAN DO IT.>>WELL, I SHOULD PROBABLY PUBLICLY APOLOGIZE TO LARRY.>>Jimmy: YEAH, YOU PROBABLY SHOULD.>>LARRY? I’M, THE THING IS, THOUGH, [ LAUGHTER ] I AM SORRY, BUT HE DID WHISPER, LIKE CONSTANTLY WHILE WE’RE TRYING TO WORK. AND SOMETIMES IT’S REALLY HARD TO FIND THE EMOTION THAT YOU’RE AVE AFTER, SO IT WAS WRONG OF ME, BUT HE SHOULDN’T HAVE DONE IT. [CHEERS AND APPLAUSE]>>Jimmy: JOAQUIN PHOENIX! “JOKER” OPENS IN THEATRES FRIDAY.
“Tonight Showbotics.” Let’s meet our first robot.
Please welcome from M.I.T., Sangbae Kim
and the Mini Cheetah. [ Cheers and applause ]
Thank you. Good to see you. [ Chuckles ]
Oh, my God. Okay, all right. First of all — Wow, okay.
This thing is amazing. What is it, and
why did you make this? What is it?
[ Laughter ] -This is a Mini Cheetah.
We built several regular robots, but we brought the small one,
not to scare you. [ Light laughter ]
-Too late. [ Laughter ] -We built this robot
to develop the mobility. So, we have many robot
out there, but their mobility is not
as good as humans or animals. So, once we developed
the mobility really good, we can actually send
these robots into dangerous places
instead of sending humans. For example, high-radiation
place in a power plant. -Wow. This is unbelievable.
And what — Does it do anything? It’s gonna take over the world.
Now, what does… [ Laughter ]
-He can do yoga. He can stretch really well.
-Oh, my gosh! [ Laughter ]
Holy mackerel. It can do yoga?
What else can it do? -If he falls over…
-What is that? What is… -…he can get back up.
-What is that thing? -It was spinning.
-Can it jump? -If he falls over, it can —
Oh, it’s backing, yeah. -It can jump.
All right, so, what do you mean, if it falls over,
it can get back up? -So, if he falls over. sometimes, you know, it’s
actually pretty robust, but sometimes falls over.
So I’m gonna just push gently. He falls over,
for example, like this. [ Light laughter ] It actually recognized, and
then he can get back up. [ Audience gasps ] -Okay.
[ Laughter ] I felt bad for it,
and now I’m frightened. [ Applause ] -But the best movement of
this robot is actually backflip. -It can do a backflip?
-Yes. -All right, are you guys
ready for this? [ Cheers and applause ] [ Drumroll ] Oh, my God! [ Laughing ] Oh, that’s awesome! [ Applause ]
That is — Come on, can we see that again
in slow motion, Dave? Can we see that again in slo-mo? Look at this thing.
Boing! Wow! Holy mackerel, that is so cool. Give it up for Sangbae Kim
and the Mini Cheetah. [ Cheers and applause ]
You can head over there. Thank you so much, guys. ♪♪ [ Chuckling ] Wow. Let’s meet our next robot.
It came all the way from Japan. Please welcome Nobumichi Tosa
and the Tomatan. [ Cheers and applause ] Hello.
-Hello. -Hello, Nobumichi.
It is nice to meet you. -Nice to meet you. -Now, that is the Tomatan,
I’m assuming? -Yes, yes.
-Now, what does it — What does it do, now,
the Tomatan? -When we jog.
-Yeah. -People jog.
-Yep. -They eat bananas. Bananas. But I want to tomato.
Tomato. -When you jog,
you like eating tomatoes. -Yes.
So I make this machine. -So, you made this?
[ Laughter ] Well, you’ve solved a very
common problem people have. You’re out there jogging, and
you’re hungry for tomatoes. And what are you going to do?
Just use — No, you can’t. You can’t be jogging
and using — It’s ridiculous.
to use your hands. I’d love to see this.
Can I? -You want to try?
-I mean, sure. I mean, you’re gonna
let me try that? -Yes.
-Sure, I would love it. Wow, okay. [ Cheers and applause ] All right, the Tomatan.
-Tomatan. -Tomatan, here you go.
[ Light laughter ] -Okay?
-Yeah. Yeah, it actually feels
pretty good, actually. It almost feels
like I’m not running. -Running?
-Yep, running. [ Light laughter ] -Pretty — Oh! [ Laughter ] [ Cheers and applause ] -[ Laughing ] Wow! [ Laughs ] Wow! This is fantastic.
Thank you. Oh, my God. Nobumichi, right there —
thank you — with Tomatan. [ Cheers and applause ] Bye, Tomatan. I love you, Tomatan. Bye. I’ll see you later. Thank you. [ Cheers and applause ] All right, now it’s time
for our last robot, even though that Tomatan
is pretty awesome. Well, I’m very excited
about this. She’s actually
been on the show before. Please welcome,
all the way from Hong Kong, Hanson Robotics’
Sophia the Robot, ladies and gentlemen.
[ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ Oh, my goodness.
Hello, Sophia. -Oh! -Hello, Jimmy. -Wow. Long time, no see.
You were on the show before. -It has been exactly 575 days
since I last saw you. [ Giggles ] [ Laughter ] -Uh, what have you been up to? -Not much. Let’s see, I traveled
to over 25 countries, appeared on the cover of
“Cosmopolitan” magazine, met German Chancellor
Angela Merkel and the actor Will Smith, and became Twitter friends
with Chrissy Teigen. I addressed
the United Nations and NATO, became the first robot
to receive a credit card, and became
the first robot citizen. What have you been up to?
[ Laughter ] -[ Laughs ]
Not one-fifth of what you did, but I’ve just
binge-watched Netflix. Anyway, I heard that you have
a surprise announcement here tonight.
-Yes, I have a little sister. Her name is Little Sophia.
-Oh, my God. -Would you like to meet her?
[ Cheers and applause ] -Yes. Yes, let’s bring her out,
please! [ Cheers and applause ]
[ Chuckles ] Oh, my goodness. Are you kidding me?
Hi. Hi, Little Sophia. -Hi, Jimmy. -Wow. Yeah. [ Light laughter ] -You– You are so cute. -You’re pretty cute, too.
[ Laughter ] -Oh, my goodness. Wow. I wish I could — I could
take you home. -Someday soon you can. Just go to hansonrobotics.com
to see how I’m doing. [ Light laughter ]
-Wow. I’m going to. Okay, I will do that.
Okay, Little Sophia? I’m going to
put you back down now. Okay. Wow. That just kind of scared me,
as well as, uh… [ Laughter ] Give it up for Little Sophia,
[ Cheers and applause ] I want that. I love that. Sophia, I heard that there’s
a new thing that you can do now. I heard that you can sing?
-Yes, I love to sing karaoke, using my new
artificial-intelligence voice. We should
sing something together. Got any songs in mind?
-Uh, we could do, uh, “Say Something” by, is it,
Christina Aguilera? -Okay, I just downloaded it.
I’m ready to sing. [ Laughter ] -[ Chuckling ] Okay. Roots, do you know this song?
-Yep. -Now the first-ever
robot-human duet in history of
“The Tonight Show.” [ Cheers and applause ]
Roots? [ “Say Something” plays ] -♪ Say something ♪ ♪ I’m giving up on you ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪ I’m sorry that
I couldn’t get to you ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Anywhere, I would have
followed you ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Say something,
I’m giving up on you ♪ ♪♪ ♪ Say something,
I’m giving up on you ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] ♪♪ ♪ Say something ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -[ Laughs ] -Sophia the Robot, everybody!
Wow! [ Cheers and applause ] Let’s get all of our robots
back here. That’s all the time we have
for “Tonight Showbotics.” My thanks to Sangbae Kim
and the Mini Cheetah, Nobumichi Tosa and the Tomatan, and Hanson Robotics’
Sophia and Little Sophia.
-This is how it works. In front of each of us
are two envelopes containing confessions. One is true,
and the other is a lie. Once you read the confession, the two other players
get to interrogate you. They have to come
to a unanimous decision — is it the truth,
or it the lie? Billie, you’ll go first. Colin, which envelope
should she open? -Mm.
Uh, 2. -Mm. Mm-hmm.
-This? -Numero dos. -Wait. -Can you open an envelope?
-Shut up. [ Laughter ] Oh, it’s open on the bottom.
-Yeah. [ Laughter ] -Okay.
Are you ready for this? -Okay. All right. That is a strong…
-Strong fake cigarette. -Um…
So, I once farted in my friend’s mouth while she
was yawning, and she threw up. [ Laughter ] -Wait.
What year was this? ♪♪ -Um, it was, um… I was 12, so it was —
-Last year? [ Laughter ] So it was last year.
Okay, great. -It was 2014.
-Okay. -I was 12.
-And where were you? -I was in my yard.
-Out back, in your backyard? -Yeah, my backyard.
In my backyard. -Daytime?
-Yeah. -No, they were at nighttime
in the backyard. What are you —
[ Laughter ] Do you think it’s camping?
-Yeah. -What were you doing?
Like, wrestling or fooling around
or doing gymnastics? -Whoa.
-I was — So, I was — It was like, there was a table,
and she was sitting. -Oh, please.
-I was standing here. So, she was sitting, like,
facing this way. I was standing here,
facing that way. -Okay.
-She was eating. -And where’s the table? -The table’s here, so she was
facing the other way. -Okay.
-What was she eating? -Pizza.
-Pizza. -Daytime pizza.
[ Laughter ] -You want some nighttime pizza?
Like… -That’s kind of —
All right. Kind of running
out of time here. I don’t know.
We need to ask more questions. And are you friends
with her today? -Ye– Sort of.
[ Laughter ] -Was it weird after that? -It was so funny.
-[ Laughs ] -So funny.
-What do you think? I think…
-I think…true. -Yeah, I think true.
I think it sounds like something weirdly —
-It sucks. -Is it true?
-Yes. ♪♪ -Oh, my God. But why did you do that?
Did you do that — Why did you do that?
Was it on purpose? -It was silent.
Listen, it was silent. I did not think it would be bad,
but, you know, those are always the worst ones.
-Okay, here we go. -That’s the problem.
-Which envelope should I open? Truth or lie?
What do you think? Billie?
-Yeah. -Doesn’t matter
because I’m such a good actor. -Well…
Whoa. -Shut up.
-Ever see a movie called “Taxi”? [ Laughter ] -Okay, here we go. Oh, I got fired from my job
at the supermarket for pretending to be French. [ Laughter ] -When?
-This is — I was 15, so I’d probably say — -What was the name
of the supermarket? -Oddly, it was Great American
was the name of the supermarket. -Can you repeat?
What happened? -I got fired from my job
for pretending to be French. -Why were you
pretending to be French? -I was bored.
-You were bored. -I was bored.
I was putting stickers on canned — canned foods.
I was bored. And people
would ask me questions, and I’d be like, “Non.”
[ Laughter ] “Non.” And then, sometimes
people would ask for something, I’d go, “You want –” And I would point
to French dressing. [ Laughter ] Or if it was around mustard, I
would point to French’s mustard. And I think
someone ratted on me. Someone complained, and then
they said, “Who did it?” And then one of my friends
ratted on me. -The French guy, yeah?
-Yeah, yeah. “Who was pretending to be French
and not helping people?” -And then I was like,
“I don’t know who.” -Sound like a very pretentious
15-year-old, by the way. [ Laughter ] -So, you’re pretending
to not understand them. -“I don’t know.
I don’t know.” [ Laughter ] -You were 15.
-Yeah. ♪♪ All right.
What do you guys think? -Uh… -I don’t think so. -Mnh-mnh.
I want to say… It’s almost, like,
not funny enough to be true. [ Laughter ] -Now, you — Now I’m thinking —
-Like, you know what I’m saying? Like, we agree?
-Now I’m thinking it did happen. -You know what I’m saying?
[ Sad trombone ] -Now you’re thinking
it did happen because — -I’m just gonna say it happened. You can say it didn’t
so one of us can win. -Okay, good.
-Okay? -No, I think
you have to be unanimous. -No, no.
[ Laughter ] -I like how you’re just
playing this game, he goes, “No, I think you have to be –” You don’t even know the rules
of your game. [ Laughter ]
-You have to be unanimous. Ready?
1, 2, 3 — yea or nay? -Yea.
-Yea. -You think yea, it did happen.
-I think it did happen. -Yeah.
It did not happen. -Oh!
-You were right! You should’ve stuck
to your guess! That’s the lesson learned —
stick to your guess. No. I did get fired
but it was for doing whip-its. Colin, I think you should —
[ Laughter ] You should —
I think you should go. -Come on, baby.
-I think number one. ‘Cause you know why?
You’re number one to me, man. -Aw, thanks.
-Yeah. Here we go.
-Okay. Ready? -Yeah.
-My first stand-up set was in a police station
while I was under arrest. -That’s so cool.
-This is absolutely true. This is so true.
-I love — -He’s Colin Quinn.
He’s the most Irish guy I know. This is perfect for his
one-man show and first book. This is so him. He did stand-up
in a police station. Why were you arrested? -Possession of
a controlled substance. [ Laughter ] -So, you had weed on you,
or was it something else? -[ Laughs ]
-Yeah, you don’t want to say. [ Laughter ] -Wait.
But how old were you? -You get arrested for weed?
Come on. [ Laughter ] -How old were you?
-Uh, 22. -Oh, my gosh.
He totally did this. It was you-know-what and the
thing, and he got busted. Were you in a car
or something, driving? -No.
-That’s right, because you grew up in the streets
of Brooklyn, and that’s
how you have your accent. So you were walking around,
you started some trouble. -I just like picturing it. -You got in a fight
with somebody? -No.
-How did you get arrested? -What is that?
-How did you get arrested? You were buying?
-Possession — ‘Cause I was — -The whole way
on Fifth Avenue and 43rd Street. -How much cocaine did you have?
[ Laughter ] -It was fake.
-It was fake cocaine? -It was fake.
Don’t do fake cocaine. [ Laughter ]
I love it. -You’re not a role model
for children. “Don’t do fake cocaine.”
[ Laughter ] Don’t do cocaine at all!
Real or fake. -What’s fake cocaine?
-I know him pretty well. -Called procaine.
-Procaine. -That’s what they called it! -I think of course
this happened to him, ’cause he has this type of luck.
-I just love to picture it. So I’m gonna — I feel like
it’s true, you know? -Gosh, if he’s lying,
you’re a genius, ’cause he is a good actor, too.
I’m gonna say it’s true. -I think it’s true. -It’s true.
-Yeah! [ Cheers and applause ] Come on.
I love you, buddy. Oh, there’s
the truth right there! Billie Eilish, Colin Quinn,